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Voting opens in the ISPA 2014 Customer Choice Award
Wednesday 26 March 2014 15:05:00 by Andrew Ferguson

The 2014 ISPA Awards are entering their next phase, as voting in the Customer Choice category has now opened and you can score your provider or service in a quick survey at

This is the third year that the Customer Choice category has been run and there are fifteen entrants for customers to provide feedback on and the best overall (not just the one with the most votes) will win the category.

In return for your time filling in the survey there is the chance to win two tickets to the awards ceremony which is on Thursday 10th July at the Park Lane Sheraton, London.

Judging for the other categories in this years awards has started, with technical testing underway for the broadband and hosting categories, and the testing in 2014 has expanded to include a web based test that should run on almost any device with a modern web browser. The judging panel will meet to decide most of the winners once the technical testing has produced the shortlists, the Internet Hero and Villain categories being the last awards to be decided which is done by the ISPA Council.


Posted by 21again over 3 years ago
The survey link isn't doing it's thing for my connection, maybe it's a busy popular link ;-)
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 3 years ago
Looks like the site with the survey on it is having issues. Will keep an eye on things.

Should point out its not a thinkbroadband issue, but rather the survey site itself.
Posted by gsmlnx over 3 years ago
Still not working over 3 hours after the first complaints. Obviously do not want to hear the public's views.
Posted by YaZiN over 3 years ago
Internet Villian ISPA ;)
Posted by cyberdoyle over 3 years ago
Looks like it is fixed? My test worked on my wifi.

Posted by gsmlnx over 3 years ago
Try the ISPA link again and now get "Service Temporarily Unavailable"
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 3 years ago
The problems are down to SurveyGizmo, as people will know from the message that appears eventually.

Alas there is a large DDoS and they are working on solutions.
Posted by michaels_perry over 3 years ago
The results will not be very useful as several ISPs are not included! Try finding BT Internet.
For the survey to be at all useful, it needs to include ALL providers and to separate out the fibre and ADSL services.
Posted by Royahoward over 3 years ago
Exercise completely pointless as in excludes so many ISPs. Notably BT and Virgin. The latter would get my vote every time!
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